Joined: Oct '09
Age: 59 (M)
AK is my favourite, but useless in this situation without a flop. Either call or fold, definitely not all-in. Depending on where you are (ie. close to bubble, etc.), close to bubble...fold! Way off...call...
Joined: Feb '09
Age: 32 (M)
Since you have a shorstack : reraise is not an option (i think its more a call...). Well for me, you might fold, you might call. Fold if your opponents seems tight and good players (players with brain) call if your opponents seems loose and fish (no brain players
Joined: Nov '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 45 (M)
Hmm ive layed it down in the past but this is a decission you need to make on any information you have on the player in the pot. If they are loose then why not have a punt. If they are tioght then id fold it for sure.
I was able to find this info in less than 20 seconds on the web. There is even a guide if you Google that you can find all about sss and how to play. It even has a bit on bankroll management and everything you would need, so polls/threads about sss are useless. Now if you want to start a discussion on breaking some of the sss rules and win, then a thread would be ok. Here goes, now focus real hard on number 2................
Who raised? 1) Exactly one player has raised before you JJ, QQ, KK, AA and AK..........You go All-In 2) There was more than 1 raise before you KK and AA..........................You go All-In 3) There was a raise behind you TT, JJ, QQ, KK, AA, and AK..................You go All-In
If your hand isn‘t listed as being playable in the given situation, you fold it.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 42 (M)
Taking in consideration that you are playing SSS, the book says you should go all in. You cant be folding hands like this if you only have half a dozen blinds you have to be strong and quick and believe in your game. At this situation, you are just following others and you can beat against AA or KK, but AK is a mandatory hand in SSS. You gotta go!